Low Fell Volunteer Gardeners Plant Spring Bulbs

Something to Look Forward to Next Spring:

Low Fell Volunteer Gardeners recently worked with the Rotary Club and pupils from Kells Lane School to plant crocus bulbs at the island on Beaconsfield Avenue in aid of World Polio Day.

 

 

Susan Craig, Chair of the Low Fell Forum, said “Thank you to the Rotary Club, all the pupils from Kells Lane, and Low Fell's excellent volunteer gardeners for this. The volunteer gardeners work very hard to make Low Fell an even better place to live!”

We look forward to a beautiful and uplifting display in the Spring and would like to thank the Low Fell Volunteer Gardeners and the children of Kells Lane School for all their hard work and community spirit.

The Volunteer Gardeners are part of the Low Fell Forum, which is a voluntary association that works with local residents, businesses, Councillors and Gateshead Council to promote civic pride and community in Low Fell. The Forums projects include:

  • The Low Fell Summer Fayre in Kells Lane Park
  • Maintaining the many planters and flower beds around Low Fell
  • The Low Fell Remembrance Day Service
  • The Christmas tree and lights switch on in December 

Low Fell Forum relies on donations to be able to continue with their wonderful work that helps make Low Fell such a great place to live. If you would like to support them with a donation then please do visit the Low Fell Forum's website www.lowfellforum.org.uk

 

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